The Carman Beavers ended their regular season in third place after a rare defeat on Saturday, but GM Dean Owen said they are very confident about their skills going into the playoffs.
Tom Renney has Plan A and Plan B and maybe even a Plan C in his Hockey Canada office and admits he has no clue whether NHL players will be participating in the Olympic Games next year in Korea.
Seven provincial athletes will be headed to Idaho to compete in the 2017 Simplot Games next week, and Carman runner Ethan Clark will be among them.
Preparations are underway for the Carman Chamber of Commerce to host a memorial curling bonspiel in honour of Rob Findlay this March.
The senior male Zodiacs came within one game of defending their hometown title, but walked away with second after falling to the Sturgeon Heights Huskies.
The three-point line belonged to the Zodiacs Jan. 20-21 as the home team blasted to the top of the GVC female varsity basketball tournament.
Once again, for another year, Chan is The Man.
When Adam Hadwin's tee shot towards history was yanked on his final hole of the day Saturday, television microphones picked up a voice groaning "Oh bleep!"
They are normally opponents, but on Jan. 22, six of the Morden Thunder, four Nighthawks and two Zodiacs will join athletes from Portage la Prairie and Prairie Mountain as teammates.
Sixteen teams ranging from Dauphin to Dryden made their way to the heart of the Pembina Valley last weekend as the second Winkler high school invitational took to the ice in Morden and Winkler.
The door to the Toronto Blue Jays clubhouse is of standard size, which suggests Jose Bautista will have to turn sideways to fit the chip on his shoulder through it.
Hayley Wickenheiser sounded the buzzer on her glorious hockey career Friday after 23 years on the national team capped by four Olympic gold medals.
Years ago, Scotiabank came up with a clever tag line for an ad campaign that informed customers: “You’re richer than you think.”
A decision on participation in the 2018 Winter Olympics is starting to loom and it can't come soon enough.
One of Canada's biggest sports stories of 2017 is set to unfold not on ice or grass, but in council chambers at Calgary City Hall.
Tyson Jost can't help but think back to what went down one day in late April.
Sergei Zborovski doesn’t need to be told what kind of support Canadian fans will provide for the home team in the 2017 world junior hockey championship.
It’s the same holiday message we deliver every year at this time.
All three rinks from Morden and two from Miami will join the fight for a Zone 4 banner this year in January.